In the case of office support positions, we would like to turn our volunteer office work into paid work as soon as we achieve sufficient income from membership fees. However, this should not be your main reason for joining the team. Since we intend to keep membership fees low, it may take another two or three years until we get there. What should be your driver is becoming part of our team in order to experience our community of dedicated members and to feel how IE gets better and stronger through you, day by day.
Are you skilled in working with websites and enjoy creating their content? IE Website officer will:
- supervise all activities on the website
- upload and edit content on our website
- suggest improvements to the existing content
- liaise with the News Team for proofreading
- send newsletters and newsmails to members
The estimated workload is 10 hours per month.
Contact: Helena Vičič, Office Manager [email protected].
Click, like, share – our Social Media team is looking for you!
Are you keen in developing and posting social media content?
We are currently active on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter and we are developing content for our YouTube channel and Wikipedia articles. We need someone who knows their way with YouTube or Wikipedia and would be willing to help us post content on other social media sites. This is also a great way for you to be informed about all the great things happening in the world of heritage interpretation and cultural tourism.
If you would like to join our team in posting, sharing and editing social media content – and can help to build our YouTube and Wikipedia audience – we would love to hear from you.
Contact: Iva Klaric Vujovic, Social Media Coordinator [email protected].
Our newsletters need you!
The News Team is looking for members to help provide exciting content for our quarterly newsletter.
Could you be a story searcher?
Either in your geographic region or a subject area of interest to you, could you help to gather stories that might be of interest to other members? We particularly want to know about:
- News from cultural and natural fields
- New developments in heritage interpretation
- Reviews of events
Are you great at finding funding?
If you regularly search for EU funding opportunities and would be willing to share any opportunities you find with other members, please let us know. We’re looking for someone to add opportunities to the funding section of the newsletter.
How’s your English?
If you’re a native speaker with a good grasp of grammar and have some spare time each month, would you like to help with proofreading? We need some support proofing articles, newsmails, website content etc to support our members for whom English is a second (or third, or even fourth!) language.
If you can help with any of the above, or have any other suggestions for what you would like to see in your newsletter, please get in touch!
Contact: Marie Banks, News Coordinator [email protected].